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July 14, 2017

Masterclass: Dealing with the complexity of closing the gender pay gap

On request.

Helping women to reach their full potential isn’t only the right thing to do, it makes good economic sense and is good for British business. I am proud that the UK is championing gender equality and now those employers that are leading the way will clearly stand out.” Minister for Women & Equalities, Justine Greening, April 2017

The Glass Lift half day masterclass:
While the new gender pay gap reporting requirements will help to expose the discrepancies between what men and women earn, it is important not to think that the task ends there. Using outcomes from evidence-based practice in the fields of Psychology, gender diversity and leadership, this masterclass will help delegates understand the complex barriers and challenges to reducing the gender pay gap and explore strategies to close the pay gap and create gender balance at work.

Participants will leave informed and inspired to lead the change required to create better gender balance. They will have the opportunity to share best practice and knowledge with other influential people and change agents who are committed to increasing gender equality at work.

Who’s it for?
Senior leaders, HR Directors, Equality and Diversity leads, OD and Learning and Development Directors, from public and private sector organisations. Also those responsible for creating gender balance within their organisation, together with existing The Glass Lift Members.

This masterclass can be run as an internal session for you and your staff.

Lead facilitator:
Margaret Davies CPsychol AFBPsS, Occupational Psychologist & Director, The Glass Lift
Margaret Davies is co-founder of The Glass Lift and a registered Occupational Psychologist. Margaret has extensive experience of facilitating behavioural change in a range of organisations across industry sectors. She is recognised as a thought leader, speaker and key practitioner in the drive for more gender balance at work.
Margaret is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, a member of Exeter University Business School Business Leaders Forum and a business partner of Bristol Business School. She had a successful first career working as a senior marketing manager for several large companies including Microsoft Ltd.

TO FIND OUT MORE: Email or phone 01453 763230.





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